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GE Hitachi, Fermi Energia sign small modular reactor MoU

GE Hitachi, Fermi Energia sign small modular reactor MoU

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy and Fermi Energia have agreed to collaborate on potential deployment applications for GEH's BWRX-300 small modular reactor in Estonia. In a Memorandum of Understanding they have agreed to examine the economic feasibility of constructing a BWRX-300 in Estonia, to review siting requirements and to assess nuclear regulatory requirements.

New Nuclear 03 October 2019


Fermi Energia starts SMR feasibility study

Fermi Energia starts SMR feasibility study

Fermi Energia has launched a feasibility study on the suitability of small modular reactors for Estonia’s electricity supply and climate goals beyond 2030, following a financing round of EUR260,000 (USD290,076) from investors and shareholders.

Corporate 12 June 2019


Estonia to study siting of Moltex advanced reactor

Estonia to study siting of Moltex advanced reactor

Fermi Energia of Estonia has selected Moltex Energy as its preferred technology for its plans to establish carbon-free energy production in the Baltic region. Moltex Energy said yesterday that the two companies had signed a Memorandum of Understanding which expresses their intention to work together.

New Nuclear 22 March 2019


Estonia strengthens regulation, IAEA mission finds

Estonia strengthens regulation, IAEA mission finds

An International Atomic Energy Agency team of experts said today that Estonia has strengthened its regulatory framework for nuclear and radiation safety in the last two years.

Regulation & Safety 11 March 2019


Estonian company delivers nuclear cyber security exercise

Estonian company delivers nuclear cyber security exercise

Estonian-founded cyber security specialist company Guardtime has planned and executed a custom cyber exercise for the UK's civil nuclear sector.

Corporate 16 April 2018


Baltic PMs pledge nuclear support

Baltic PMs pledge nuclear support

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The prime ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have reaffirmed their commitment to build a new nuclear power plant serving the Baltic states and have promised to work together to make sure progress is maintained.

New Nuclear 09 March 2012